SEND Case Officer – Surrey
Liquid Personnel is currently recruiting for a SEND Case Officer to join our client’s team which is based in Surrey.
What’s in it for you as a SEND Case Officer?
- Flexible working available
- Long term contract
- Supportive team and management
- Progression opportunities
Your main responsibilities for the role:
- Identify opportunities and risks associated with the service and escalate / report to management.
- Assess and manage risk associated with assigned cases/service delivery.
- Contribute to the regular monitoring and review of services established to facilitate service improvement.
- Provide specialist/professional advice and recommendations within defined policy and procedures to support informed.
- Undertake care planning and manage complex cases and / or take a lead on development and project work, assisting in development and improvement of services and practice in own area.
- Make recommendations for the provision of services in line with the budget determined according to assessment of needs and advises less experienced staff on budget and costs of services.
As a SEND Case Officer you will manage and organise effective provision of services through specific projects, specialist advice, guidance and assessment, or day-to-day coordination of front-line delivery of a specific service. You will also require the ability to influence and practically apply knowledge based on technical knowhow, facts and evidence.
Why Liquid Personnel?
- New ‘Faster Pay’ service getting you paid more quickly.
- Twice weekly payroll
- Free DBS and compliance service
- Access to exclusive roles that aren’t available from other agencies.
- Your own dedicated consultant with extensive SEND knowledge
- Access to a wide selection of SEND positions across the UK.
“Refer a Friend” bonus – get £250 for each worker you refer who we successfully place*
“Find your own job” bonus – get £250 for bringing your own position to us *
We are unable to support or accept applications from candidates who are residents within the Red or Amber list of the Code of practice for the international recruitment of health and social care personnel in England, based on the World Health Organisation (WHO) Workforce Support and Safeguard List
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